The MLX100 Router is a multipurpose cell-network gateway and MultiWAN router with integrated WLAN access point for inflight-connectivity applications in helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.

The MLX100 is available in configurations with integrated cell modems to work as router or gateway as all-in-one cabin-communication device. The MLX100 works as a stand-alone airborne router/gateway/hotspot. This enables pilots and passengers to connect their wireless handheld devices to the internet.

Featured Multi-WAN interface technology enables integration into installations with SATCOM-systems to enable robust, fast and cost-effective connectivity where cell network infrastructure is temporarily available in mission execution.

The MLX100 router is certified with all product variants, to be operated in-flight and on-ground in harsh aircraft environments.

It is the industry’s first fully integrated airborne solution in a light-weight single box. The state-of-the-art CPU architecture provides lowest-possible power consumption and cold operation without cooling requirements. As the system is fully designed by team2technologies for rugged airborne applications we are a valued partner for full integration support and expert-based lifetime assistance.

The MLX100 is a future-proof, smart, secure, reliable and long-term available investment.


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Available products

MLX100 Hotspot 1xLTE/1xWiFi
MLX100 Gateway 1xLTE
MLX100 Gateway 2xLTE
MLX100 CELL/WIFI/Satcom Router


Installation kit
Antenna kits (certified airborne antennas)
SIM-card-service with data packages
Video capture - transport and management solutions
VPN and connectivity services
2x3-1-Way Antenna Combiner


Cell-network video streaming solution used in undisclosed German Police Helicopters

In a recent project, an undisclosed German Police Helicopter Squadron needed a rugged and airworthy certifiable fallback solution for their legacy DVB-T based video downlinks. The legacy video downlink solution suffers from availability in rural landscapes and time-demanding installation of a receiving vehicle availability on ground.

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